Unreleased Iraq War Game Six Days In Fallujah Is Coming Back From Former Halo, Destiny Developers


The unreleased Iraq War video game Six Days In Fallujah will be released in 2021 for console and PC, with a new developer coming on to finish the original studio’s game.

Highwire Games, the studio behind the VR game Golem, is developing the new edition of Six Days in Fallujah, taking over the original work done by Atomic Games. The game was initially announced in 2009 but it was shelved amid controversy over its subject matter. The game is a first-person tactical military shooter inspired by true stories from the Second Battle for Fallujah in 2004 as part of the Iraq War.

Six Days in Fallujah is also getting a new publisher with the company Victura. This is a publishing and production company founded by former Atomic Games CEO Peter Tamte in 2006. Tamte has been trying to release Six Days in Fallujah for years, and now it’s finally happening.

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